Originally Posted by sdbbq1234
Another thing I learned, is to bring the unit up to temp slowly.. Get it up to 150, then 180, then 200, then 225-235 which is where I try to cook at.
Gee, I wonder where you learned that???
Seriously though, that will help you, also take a looks at your charcoal. Depending on the brand, it may burn faster than necessary.....
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